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day. tonight in pennsylvania where jerry sandusky was arrested today for a second time. the former penn state football coach taken into custody after six new child sex charges were filed against him. the pennsylvania attorney general said the charges involve two new alleged victims who met sandusky through his charity, the second mile. the total number of alleged victims stands at ten. let's get the latest from sarah ganim, a cnn contributor. sarah, jerry sandusky, arrested again. the judge granted bail but he's still in custody, correct? he's not posted that bail? >> that's right. his attorney said that because the arraignment wasn't until 3:00 today, that he probably wasn't going to be able to get $250,000 cash or in the form of a bail bondsman ortega-hernandez in the form of property posted so he would be spending night in jail. his attorney wasn't happy about it. he said if jerry sandusky was going to flee, he would have done it a long time ago. he's known he's been under investigation since late 2008 and he's been cooperative. es he offered to turn himself in. he did turn hims
jerry sandusky molesting a boy in the showers. susan candiotti was in the courtroom and some of the testimony in her report here is quite graphic. >> reporter: it was his moment, mike mcqueary walked into court, took a deep breath and became the prosecution's star witness. he methodically described what he called a horrifying alleged 2002 sexual assault between jerry sandusky and a young boy in a penn state locker room. >> when i opened that first door, i heard rhythmic slapping sounds, two or three slaps skin on skin. >> reporter: he moved closer and looked in the shower. >> the boy was facing the wall, hands for shoulder height. jerry was close to him with his hands wrapped around his waist. i believe jerry was sexually molesting him. >> reporter: he said he was about 5 to 6 feet away. >> there was no protester yelling, so i can't be sure it was intercourse, but that's what i believe was occurring. they looked directly in my eyes. >> reporter: neither said a word. >> reporter: he says he left, called his father, and met with head coach joe paterno the next day. >> i describ
much. >>> pennsylvania, the former disgraced, former penn state assistant football coach jerry sandusky spent his first full day at home wearing an ankle bracelet, and preparing for a court date next week. cnn contributor sara ganim has been on top of the story from the beginning. jerry sandusky's free on bail. his wife releaseded a statement saying he is innocent and asking people to have an open mind. what is the reaction in the community. >> reporter: we'll have been talking about dottie all day, what she knew, what she may have heard, specially after the release of the second grant jury presentment which say witness of the victims, number nine, alleged that he screamed out for help while being asalted in the basement of the sandusky home hoping dottie would help him but no help came. na prompted the statement dottie released proclaiming shah that she's standing by her husband, hoping people will wait to give him a chance to prove that innocence. but you know, the big question that we've been hearing today is, is she now a part of the investigation? could she be charged? the answer i
, thanks. >>> pennsylvania today, jerry sandusky waved his right to a preliminary hearing set to take place this morning. his attorney says the former penn state coach is ready to defend himself at trial, calling this the fight of jerry sandusky's life. sandusky, as you might know, faces more than 50, 50, charges of child sexual abuse. sara ganim is a reporter for "patriot news" and she's with us from bellefonte, pennsylvania. why did sandusky decide to wave his right? did he not want to be in the courtroom confronting some of his accusers? >> reporter: john, that's exactly what his attorney said afterwards. after he decided to waive. it was remarkable that in court we were only there about 30 seconds for actual court, you know, testimony. it wasn't even testimony, it was just a couple of seconds for him to say i'm going to waive. but what happened afterwards behind me, joe amendola came down on the courthouse steps and talked to the media for almost three hours, first an hour as a group, then individually for another two hours, and basically laid out his entire case and said, you know, it
. >>> in pennsylvania, jerry sandusky back home. the former penn state football coach posted a quarter million dollar bail and released from custody. he was put in cuffs for the second time yesterday accused of new child sex abuse charges. the two new alleged victims came forward, as they came forward, sandusky's wife said, i continue to believe in jerry's innocence and all of the good things he has done. i'm asking everyone to be reasonable and open-minded until both sides of this case are heard. joining us on the phone tonight from pennsylvania, sara gan om, from the patriot news. what is the significance of her making a public statement and how important is she in the court of public opinion and potentially in the court of law? >> you're right, we have not much heard from dotty sandusky up to this point. that is the significance of the statement she issued tonight. even though we haven't heard from her, she's been the subject of a lot of conversation, especially today, one day after new charges were filed against her husband and the grand jury present. that came along with the new charges talked a
? some students were allowed to leave with jerry sandusky? >> that's correct, john. that had been controversial. another thing they have come under scrutiny for was the response when victim 1 came forward, he was the first one to come forward. he was a student here. he says and his mother says that he came to the principal's office -- he was being abused by jerry san dusdy who was a volunteer football coach and the principal told the family to go home and think about what they wanted to do. we haven't heard much from the school up until this point. i did talk to the board president and they are not going to issue a statement today. they were thinking about and they say their attorneys told them it wasn't a good idea. the public meeting doesn't call for questions but he did tell me this. he said we are comfortable with our response. that gives you an idea of what page they are on right now. i don't think we'll be hearing as much from them as we expected we might tonight. >> sara ganim, thanks for your help tonight. it's a mystery on top of a mystery. look at what iranian tv is show
then they're calling attention to corporate greed. >>> a preliminary court hearing for jerry sandusky. he is the form he penn state coach charged with dozens of counts of child sex abuse. some of his kuyt accusers expected in the courtroom. >>> investors expressed concern. >>> and how is this? cambridge university now posting online thousands of pages of the pioneering scientific work of sir isaac newton. he conducted the studies in the 1,600s. a reminder from grammar school, isaac newton was the father of gravity. >>> tonight's number represents our location tonight. davenport, eye wax despite the nickname there are actually five cities, not four. they include davenport and bettendorf, moline, east moline and rock island. we'll be travel from des moines to ames to cedar rapids. stay with us as we continue to cover the campaign. when we come back, the most mocked moment of the debate and why it might cost governor mitt romney some support in iowa. t dd for you too? they're high in vitamins and potassium. and idaho potatoes are now certified to carry the heart checkmark from the american h
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